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1)I'd done a I.P reshuffle for all my sites around a month back. But i dont' think this created some probelem as bot kept coming at the sites even after. Bot also registered the changes in the cache corrosponding to the changes done on the sites.
2)Barring a few sites almost the whole group was penalised during florida.
3)I've also noticed a considerable cut in the backword link from google last week. I know that this is nothing new. Google often cuts back the backword links. What was strange however was the cut back in the no of links shown with the command "+www.site.+com"
4)Also though most of my site have returned to the top position in google, the titles reflected by google are preflorida. Strangly google had registered the post florida title changes for these sites.
Googlebot crawling on "some" sites is not as aggressive as it used to be,
Some backlinks have not been updated since early January -- especially those coming from internal site pages,
PR updates on internal site pages have not been done since early January.
Question is: Is it by Google design or does Google have a new problem?
If GoogleGuy is listening, when will the database be updated? Many of us have made changes and want to see the results. I used one area of my site to experiment with stemming and will apply to the remainder if sucessfull.
I've read others say new sites are showing up, but have not seen any new pages other than index since first of February.
My keyword searches had gone haywire as well some get many get #1 hits others show nowhere at all?
Our site has many of its pages at PR5. They are getting crawled harder than ever. The rest are mostly PR4 and are getting looked at less often, but still being visited.
I've read a lot of posts lately about people not being crawled. Believe me, it's not a universal problem. We're getting crawled and fresh-tagged like never before.
Some pages still are visited daily but from what I can see the content Google is showing is not as fresh as it used to be (on a whole) and new pages take longer to be in the index.
The main question is whether this is a temporary state (until there are more ressources for crawling) or whether this will stay.
With the competition from yahoo! I am sure Google has all interest in speeding up the crawling process again to get in fresher content faster.
1)Since the last 10 months or so i've seen google updateing my sites every 3 days. If i needed to change any title for some specific occasion i did the changes 3-4 days in advance. I'd changed the titles of some of my sites on 10 feb to introduce a Valentine's special offer. Unfortunatley iven't seen any updations yet.
2)All the other sites who're ranked in the SERPS along with my sites are being updated by the bot regularly.
3)My stat shows me that bot is regularly indexing my sites, indeed a deep indexing as ever before but no updations. The date script that shows below the listing of the site is missing for more than 20 days now.
Should i wait, or there is something i can do about it. Any comments from googleguy?
1) This has not got anything to do with any Google Algo change.
2) The quality/PR/pages etc. of the site crawled does not matter.
3) This is a global phenomenon. Many people are experiencing this.
What could be the cause:
1) Google Servers have problems again.
2) They have not been able to index/cache sites in thoss particular servers/databases.
3) Even the Google Guy is confused/amused.
So the best option is to: WAIT AND WATCH AND PRAY HARD TO THE "GOOGLE LORD OF WEB"
An obvious reason is that Google has 1 billion pages more to crawl.
Google did not overnight add a billion pages. They had been adding those additional pages for months and months and all they did overnight was update the web page count at the bottom of their home page and send out a press release to try to steal yahoo's thunder.
this has ment losin position 1 to now bein at 10!
anyone else have this prob?
is google trin too had to index new sites without keepin up-and-runnin sites updated?
So maybe the problem is an overload on resources. Once a new page is thrown in the serp database, it will begin requesting update resources on a frequent basis.
Anyone got a few thousand servers they can donate to the cause ;)
They've been bouncing all around, new Title tag, old Title tag, in, out, back and forth. Just when I think it's making forward progress, now I'm back to the beginning. Old Title tags and the newest of the sites are not in the index. The newest being the ones added after the update began.
Don't understand it and I'm tired of being patient but it does seem like a few of us are seeing the same thing.
Maybe Google needs some Pepsid to settle it's stomach.